Sweet Animal Concealing An Artist
Her work truly comes from her heart and desire to change the world while expressing her views on society. While my investigative footage was largely successful in reaching Canadians, change wasn’t coming soon enough for the animals. What I realized was that the very people who would empathize with the animals’ suffering and take action were turning away from the graphic evidence before absorbing the message.
She sees her photography asa critical toolfor her activism, because she is able to document animal suffering while also celebrating the joyful moments of rescue. Her projects cover a wide range of animal activism efforts, including the Toronto Pig Save vigils. This projectshowed peoplefirst hand what the transportation of pigs during a freezing cold Canadian winter is like and the horrors the pigs suffer. Her work was also used in the powerful documentaryThe Ghosts in Our Machine. “My art is all about showing people the version of the world that all vegans and animal-rights activists are fighting for, and the potential of humanity.
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In these images, I used the edited images that I took over half term. In the work I gained inspiration from Rosanna Jones as I split the images in half, and then in response to Jumussi, I used embroidery to stitch the two images together. In the third, I took a more ordered approach to how I stitched the image together, whereas in the second, I took more random, hectic approach. My favourite of the three images is the hectic one as I really like the composition of the two different images of different people stuck together. This is the work of Jose Rumussi that relates to my chosen theme of Concealment.
Between the late 1980s and now – when theSawfranchise’s mascot is a creepy clown-faced puppet — dozens of films featuring vicious clowns appeared in movie theatres , making the clown as reliable a boogeyman as Freddy Kreuger. After a real life killer clown shocked America, representations of clowns took a decidedly terrifying turn. Even as Bozo was cavorting on sets across America, a more sinister clown was plying his craft across the Midwest.
In these images, I used the mosaic feature and then to create a more stylised feel, I separated the squares with black lines. This, like the pixel work conceals the photo, but it is also stylised and interesting with the lines. With the grid it creates this image where I am further removing the reality of the image.
This feels cubist to me, as in Picasso’s cubist work, he doesn’t have strict lines and angles like the work of Rumussi which doesn’t have accurate embroidery. This is some work of Wallace Juma that relates to the theme of Concealment that I have chosen. This conceals the actual shape of the face and in the work we are provided with only the basic facial characteristics; eyes, mouth and nose. This has been done through drawing lines that vaguely follow the contours and shape of the face. This gives a slightly manipulated version of the face as it doesn’t follow the shape of the face exactly.
If everyone was kind and compassionate and treated animals with respect – it would feel the way a viewer may feel when they look at one of my paintings. From domesticated to wild, barnyard to ocean, animals of all sorts have always been fascinating subjects for artists. Celebrate the wild kingdom by decorating with artwork featuring animals.
Rumussi’s work feels very cubist to me as it uses shapes and colour to obscure and simplify the face. In some works, he will simplify facial characteristics with shapes. For example, use circles to represent eyes or a black rectangle to represent the mouth. He has also used a range of textures and colours to create an abstract image. Another thing that I have noticed is how he has left the ends of the thread on the image. This creates more of an authentic feeling image which compliments the messy hair.
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So in the photos, I moved my hands and decreased the shutter speed. This created a blurred effect which concealed areas of the face. I like these images, as they are “rebelling” against the conventions of photography. To develop these images further, I could experiment with lights. These images I have done by taking two separate portraits and sticking them together on Photoshop. I like these images, as I have concealed one part of the face but replaced it with another.
“When I first became Vegan just over 4 years ago, I began wondering how I could do more to help, but wasn’t quite ready to get myself out there to do full on activism. “May my talent be used to give tribute to all our sisters and brothers, the non-human animals, who suffer so much because of our greed , ignorance and lack of compassion. May eyes open towards their own individuality, sensibility, intelligence and desire not to suffer, just like us. “Becoming vegan was like awakening to a strange dystopia of violence against non-human species, and so I felt compelled to depict animals in all their beauty and tragic suffering in order to try to change attitudes.
Other artists who influenced her in use of color, dimension and composition include Van Gogh, Gustav Klimt and Picasso. Hollywood actors Joan Crawford, Natalie Wood and Jerry Lewis commissioned Keane to paint their portraits. In the 1990s, Tim Burton, a Keane art collector and director of the 2014 biographical film Big Eyes about the life of Margaret Keane, commissioned the artist to paint a portrait of his then-girlfriend Lisa Marie. Keane’s art was bought and presented to the United Nations Children’s Fund in 1961 by the Prescolite Manufacturing Corporation. Keane’s big eyes paintings have influenced toy designs, Little Miss No Name and Susie Sad Eyes dolls, and the cartoon The Powerpuff Girls. Peter Max is well known in the art world for large works of pop art, such as a dove sculpture created from thousands of pounds of stone from the Berlin Wall.
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